"Hello Mr Shapira
I am the writer and of Answering Judaism, a blog that seeks to respond to Rabbinic objections.
I have recently stumbled upon a video that you have done in response to Contra Brown author Yisroel Blumenthal on the subject of compound unity. The following statement made by you is of grave concern:
""The Zohar explains that God is truly a compound unity, ok, and to argue that this is not is arguing against Judaism. That is why when a man approached Yeshua and asked him what is the greatest commandment, Yeshua replied in Mark 12:29 Shema Yisrael Adonai Eleheinu Adonai Echad. Christianity on the other hand misunderstood it's compound unity and understood that God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit are all three different personas, well that is not true either. That is not the point in my book and that's not what I believe. I believe that God is a compound God, he is ONE and he is absolute, without beginning and end, but at the same time he can manifest himself in anyway he chooses for"."
Judging by your statement, it appears you seem to be advocating the Oneness perspective or Modalist perspective, both of which are dangerous and quite frankly contrary to scriptures.
I myself hold to the doctrine of the Trinity, that there is one God in Three Persons, however, you flatly deny this on the program which I have provided the quote from.
My grave concern and I don't say this to be hateful or disrespectful but I am convinced you are teaching a very damnable error.
However, despite your quotation of numerous Trinitarian sources, including Michael L Brown of AskDrBrown, as I said before you flatly denied this teaching and said that it wasn't the point of your book and asked if God can manifest itself in different ways. Even Yisroel Blumenthal himself took note that you were not a Trinitarian after watching the program itself.
I exhort you to renounce this dangerous teaching that you are propagating and seriously reconsider your position.
I have not received a response back from Shapira regarding this issue and so far he has not responded to what I have said. I ask Rabbi Shapira and tell me honestly, do you hold to the Doctrine of the Trinity? Yes or No? I want a simple yes or no.
I await your reply.